Soccer

"I’ll say: ‘I don’t get it. How are you simultaneously as proud as punch of me, and watching Fox News all the time, doing takedowns of your daughter?'"
"It’s quite simple from our perspective," her teammate Christen Press said during a Thursday interview on "Good Morning America."
The Icon Award winner said the World Cup champs were "heroes and icons for standing up."
The lobbyists reportedly created a presentation that compares the men's and women's team's benefits to prove that the women aren't underpaid.
"They’re everything that I love seeing and I want my girls to see," the actress said.
Melissa McCarthy used the red carpet of her movie “The Kitchen” to gush about meeting members of the United States women's national soccer team.
The U.S. women's soccer coach led the team since 2014, guiding them to secure back-to-back World Cup titles.
The co-captain of the U.S. women’s national soccer team told Vox's "Recode Decode" podcast that Trump was "so rude."
The soccer star was accused of sexual assault against a woman in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009.
“I think we’re one step away from just saying a racial slur on national television, from the president of the United States," says soccer star.
Americans are exhausted of "the fighting and the negative," the team's co-captain said.
The 25 Democratic and GOP senators want to "discuss the challenges women face on and off the field." Hmm, like equal pay?
The co-captain of the Women's World Cup championship team scored on a joke while receiving the Best Female Athlete award.
Laura Ingraham and other Fox personalities attack the champions in a new montage.
The tabloid honored the World Cup-winning U.S. women's national soccer team on its front page.
The soccer star celebrated her team’s World Cup victory at a ticker-tape parade in Manhattan.
Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and the rest of the team put on quite a display of the eyewear. Here's how to get your own.
No qualifiers. No apologies. They know they're the best and it's deeply satisfying to witness.
“We have to love more, hate less,” Megan Rapinoe gave a speech about tolerance at a parade celebrating the U.S. women’s soccer team for winning their fourth World Cup.